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Are You a TRAITOR or PATRIOT?
Challenging the Native 'Origin Story'
Humans Sparked Warming 200 Years Ago
Descendants Meet Trauma With Pride
Facing the Black Snake
Brazil Cancels Massive Dam Project
Democracy Now! In-Depth on Dakota Access
Rally Outside Dakota Access Law Offices
Project to Study Public View of Natives
Welcome to School, Here's a Headdress
Ya’ah’tee, Jacoby Ellsbury! Yankees Star
Deadly Waters in Northern First Nations
Massive Navajo Corruption Case Sentences
Tribal Tech Makes Inc. 5000 Third Time
The Unfulfilled Promise of JFK
The Ties That Bind: Part 1
Hemp: The Next Big Cash Crop for Tribes?
Watch: Archambault on MSNBC 8/29 at 9:45
A Day in the Life of Water Protectors
Register Now: AMERIND Risk Institute
Thing About Skins
RED INK Call for Submissions Extended to Halloween
RED INK Magazine is looking for submissions for its fall issue. Any Native of any age is welcome to submit...
Chief Wansum Tail Seeks Pocahottie: Yes, It's Halloween Again
Sorry ladies, but we're calling Halloween 2013 a win for the boys...
'Dad, Are They Making Fun of Us?' Being a Parent in the Age of 'Redskins'
Wilson Pipestem is reshaping the ‘R’ word name-change discussion by explaining why tradition should not trump racial sensitivities--especially when it comes to Native youth...
5 Cons From Obama’s First Year of Second Term
For President Barack Obama, the first year of his second term has been filled with plenty of ups and downs for the United States but also for Indian country...
AIM and Idle No More to Protest at Redskins-Broncos Game Sunday
Two Denver-based groups are set to protest against the Washington Redskins refusal to change its name and mascot...
'The Ocean Is Broken': An Absence of Life and a Plethora of Garbage Greet Yachtsman in Pacific
First there was the silence. Deafening, haunting, forsaken silence. Next came the garbage...
Taking Racism Out of South Dakota Schools, Part 3
Over the last two weeks, Indian Country Today Media Network has examined discrimination in South Dakota school districts...
Black Teen Arrested in Posh NYC Store—Even Though He Paid!
"How could you afford a belt like this?...
Brian Cladoosby Is President of National Congress of American Indians
The general assembly hall was packed as the National Congress of American Indians lined up to elect a new executive committee at the convention center in downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma...
Sustainable Living Conference: Seeds, Goat Cheese, and Native Grannies
A briefing from our man in Santa Fe about the 8th Annual Traditional Agriculture & Sustainable Living Conference , which is being held at Northern New Mexico College, Espanola ...
Southern Leg of Keystone XL Near Completion as Opponents Lose Last Legal Battle in Texas
American Indians and others who oppose the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline have lost their latest, and probably last, legal battle, enabling TransCanada to finish the proj...
RES Arizona Starts Off Strong at Wild Horse Pass
In an effort to tap specific regions of Indian country, the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) launched regional Reservation Economic Summit (RES) ...
9 Notable Women Lawyers Who Rule
Tanya H. Lee
Legal systems are never easy to navigate, as the U.S. vertical hierarchy of courts, jury options and appeals processes attest...
26 Miles of ‘Semper Fi’: Marine Corps Marathon Draws Native Runners
At 7:55 a.m. on Sunday, October 27, Native Americans will be among the more than 10,000 participants in the 38 th Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C...
End Gridlock in Washington Now, Daniel Snyder!
Washington DC is once again in gridlock...
Navajo President Shelly Applauds Passage of Navajo Energy Policy
The Navajo Nation Energy Policy needs to be passed...
Gay Couple Weds in Oklahoma Through Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Despite State Ban
Although Oklahoma prohibits same-sex marriages, a gay couple has found a way to wed through Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal law in Concho, Oklahoma...
10 Must-Share Images, Scenes and Far-Flung Shows of Support in the Mi'kmaq Anti-Fracking Protest
A judge has lifted the injunction against Mi’kmaq anti-fracking protesters in New Brunswick, but those arrested in last week’s protests in New Brunswick were still being held late ...
Federal Indictment: Man Accused of Defrauding Nonprofit Dedicated to Natives of $4 Million
Brian James Brown, 56, the former president of a national nonprofit that addresses the critical issues and disparities facing Native Americans, is accused of conspiring to defraud ...
Oarfish Redux: Another Dead Sea Serpent Washes Ashore, Creeping Out Californians
A second dead oarfish has washed up on the California coast, and marine experts say it is no coincidence coming five days after the first one...
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